How To Turn Google Sheets Into An RSS Reader?

Find out the tutorial with step by step instructions to turn Google Sheets into an RSS reader and add it into your website!

Source : How To Turn Google Sheets Into An RSS Reader? – Crack Aloud

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Talkwalker Free Alerts,the best free and easy alternative to Google Alerts

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Monitor the Web for interesting new content about your name, brand, competitors, events or any favourite topic with Talkwalker Alerts!

Talkwalker Alerts are an easy and free alerting service that provides email updates of the latest relevant mentions on the Web directly to your email box or RSS feed reader.

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Transformer une recherche bing, google, twiiter, facebook, youtube en RSS

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Avant que je fasse un grand article sur la veille internet, je vais vous parler de quelques petites ficelles de veille qui vont peut-être vous servir (si vous ne les connaissez pas déjà).  Attention, ce que suit n’est pas fait pour la ménagère de 40 ans. C’est plutôt geek deep ! Comme on aime les flus rss, même si gooogle n’aime plus, on ne vas pas se laisser abattre et dans ce billet vous allez être servi, je pense.

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Suivre un ou plusieurs blogues via news Feed [chrome]

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Ce qui est cool sur internet, c’est que dès qu’un bon service disparaît du net, tout le monde s’agite. Les blogueurs recherchent des solutions existantes, déterrent de vieux billets, mettent à jour leur recherche. Les concepteurs de site internet se mettent à reprendre des projets abandonnés, créent de nouveaux services et une semaine après, on a des tas de nouvelles solutions qui remplacent le feu service. C’est un peu ce qu’on voit avec la disparition de googlereader.  Finalement même pas mal ! Juste un peu de tremblement sur l’échelle de richter.
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20 Alternatives to Google Reader

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So the really big news yesterday, outstripping that of a new Pope is the news that Google is Powering Down Google Reader, which for many people is a total disaster. Google’s hypocrisy is taken to entirely new heights in their post on the matter; they say « We know Reader has a devoted following who will be very sad to see it go. We’re sad too. » No, what they really mean is ‘we don’t care’. This is the usual typical stance that Google takes – a regretful ‘but there’s nothing we can do about it’. They are citing the decreased use of the product as the reason for closure, but if they’d wanted to I am absolutely sure that they could have done something to stop that decrease – there was some integration into G+ but they could have done a great deal more. I also love the line « as a company we’re pouring all of our energy into fewer products. We think that kind of focus will make for a better user experience. » Tell me, how are self drive cars going to make my user experience better? At least be honest enough to say that ‘we’re pouring our energy into products that make more money for us’ because that’s the real bottom line. Google Reader doesn’t bring in the eyeballs on adverts, so it’s got to go. It really IS that simple.

So, what are the alternatives? There are surprisingly a fair number of them, but it depends on the platform that you use.

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